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Sing The Songs of Frank Loesser (Bk/Cd)

Title: Sing The Songs of Frank Loesser (Bk/Cd)


Voicing/Format: Low
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Loesser, Frank
Arranger: Walters, Rick
Catalog #: 00747078
Series: Vocal Collection Price: $19.95

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If you've ever wanted to sing with a hip jazz trio, doing some of the best standards ever written, then this unique collection is for you. It features 12 of Frank Loesser's most wonderful songs arranged for voice and trio. The book includes parts for each instrument; the piano part may also be played alone to accompany the singer. Songs include: On a Slow Boat to China • I Believe in You • Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year • I'll Know • I've Never Been in Love Before • If I Were a Bell • Baby, It's Cold Outside (duet). Includes a companion CD of full performances, and trio accompaniments only.
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